He may be 40 years old, but Simcoe, Ontario, native Dwayne Roloson proved on Monday night he’s still got some serious skills in net.
The New York Islanders’ goalie made a pair of saves within a couple of seconds that could each qualify for save of the year. Unfortunately for Roli and the Isles, in came in a 4-2 losing effort against the Tampa Bay Lightning, but the saves are worth checking out below.
A Canadian guy who got punched in the face by rapper Kid Cudi at a concert in Vancouver over the weekend says he isn’t going to press charges — he just wants to meet Kid Cudi.
In what almost certainly would have been the beginning of a drawn-out legal proceeding, Kid Cudi jumped into the crowd when a wallet was thrown on stage twice while he performed. The rapper found the guy who tossed the wallet the second time and punched him in the face.
And now, the rest of the story.
Canadian Michael Sharpe, who received the punch in the face, tells TMZ he caught the wallet when Kid Cudi threw it back into the crowd after the first time it was tossed on stage. Sharpe caught and threw it back.
Why? Because it didn’t belong to him.
The second throw prompted the rapper to jump into the crowd and mayhem ensued, but Sharpe says he has no hard feelings.
“I’m not upset, I’m not going to be that person,” Sharpe told TMZ. “I just want to meet him and be like ‘I’m the guy you punched.’ I’m not going to press charges.”